November is a good time to visit the Caribbean — if you’re willing to take a few risks. The weather is starting to cool in the Northern U.S., but hurricane season is wrapping up and winter prices haven’t yet started to soar in the islands. On Providenciales, the main island of Turks & Caicos, a luxury-minded resort is slashing prices by half to entice travelers to stretch out on gorgeous beaches, try a conch dish or five, and generally enjoy a slice of island life.
Seven Stars Resort, a luxe suite-only property, is offering a flash sale for stays throughout the month of November — perfect for those looking to squeeze in a relaxing getaway before the craziness of the holidays. The deal must be booked by November 10, with prices from $360 per night for an oceanfront suite. While that’s not a bargain-basement price, keep in mind that Turks & Caicos accommodations are pricey in general — and that Seven Stars rooms can go for $608-$816 per night between the busier months of January through April. Even in December, rates are spiking up to at least $510.
There’s good value in this smart splurge: Your suite will be a spacious 700 square feet, with a furnished terrace and marble bath. If you upgrade to a one-bedroom suite, you’ll also have a full-size kitchen with granite countertops and modern appliances. Either way, you’ll be treated to a complimentary buffet breakfast, use of the island’s only saltwater swimming pool, and complimentary water sports like snorkeling and catamaran sailing. WiFi and concierge service is also included for all guests. Visiting on a Sunday? That’s the resort’s BBQ and live music night.
In terms of the hurricane season, Turks & Caicos traditionally has not been as hard hit as other areas in the Caribbean — though there was some damage and flooding from Hurricane Joaquin a month ago. To play it safe, consider purchasing trip insurance.
To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-570-7777 and mention the “revised November flash sale.”